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Creatine Powder
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Creatine Powder

RRP FROM £6.95
Pure pharaceutical grade creatine monoydrate over 99% pure.
 
Supplementing with Creatine improves strength, power, recovery and muscle endurance.
 
Cost effective powder for higher usage. Mixes in water, juice or warm beverage and is practically tasteless.
 
Increases muscle volume for bigger looking muscles and increased musclular leverage.
 
Practically zero calories, so ideal when dieting too.
 
Available in Size: 100g, 600g, 1.2kg

Kosher

Halal

Vegetarian

GMO Free

Nut Free
 

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Creatine is the energy fuel for all sports that involve speed or power. A small quantity is produced naturally in the body, and some is found in red meat and fish (not vegetables). Increasing the amount of creatine in the muscles, through supplementation, will allow you to train/compete for longer. Taking creatine leads to increased endurance and lean muscle mass.


IngredientsExpand

Pure creatine monogydrate (certificate of purity available)


Directions For UseExpand

Take the loading dose (8 grams or 2 heaping teaspoons) for 7 days, then switch to the maintenance dose (4 grams or 1 heaped teaspoon) thereafter. Dissolve in hot water.


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More InformaionExpand
P.D Balsom, K. Soderlund, B. Ekblom. Creatine in humans with special reference to creatine supplementation. Sports Med. 1994, 18(4), 268-280
G.R. Steenge, E.J. Simpson, P.L. Greenhaff. Protein and carbohydrate-induced augmentation of whole body creatine retention in humans. J. Appl. Physiol. 2000, 89, 1165-1171.
R.C Harris, K. Soderlund, E. Hultman. Evaluation of creatine in resting and exercised muscle in normal subjects by creatine supplementation (Adopted by the SCF on 7 September 2000)
M.J. Chrusch, P.D Chilibeck, K.E. Chad, K.S Davison, D.G Burke. Creatine Supplementation combined with resistance training in older men. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc.2001, 33, 2111-2117.
A. Shomrat, Y.Weinstein, A. Katz. Effect of Creatine on maximal exercise performance in vegetarians.